Delivered in 2006 by Amels, the Dutch-built, Lloyd's-classed superyacht was substantially refitted in 2020 by Pendennis in the UK, where she was extended by six metres and repainted. Lady E was designed by Walter Franchini.
The extension created an extra 120 square metres of guest space across the lower and main decks. A 66 square metre beach club, that doubles as a nightclub, is illuminated in the daytime by a skylight in the deck above.
An enlarged transom door opens onto a full-beam swim platform with hydraulically-operated bathing steps and a rain shower. The main deck aft was expanded to provide additional guest deck lounging space while a glass bulwark aft allows for exceptional views from the sun lounge.
New teak was laid on the swimming platform, main, pool and sun decks. A health and wellbeing spa was added to the barbecue deck with a hammam to complement the fully-equipped gym and counter-current pool. On the bridge deck, a new beauty salon allows guests to enjoy massages, hair styling and beauty treatments. An elevator runs from the lower deck right up to the barbecue deck.
Accommodation is for 12 guests in six suites. The owner’s suite is full beam on the main deck with private office, walk-in wardrobes and his-and-her bathrooms. There is a VIP suite adjacent and there are three double cabins and a twin cabin on the lower deck.
Twin 2,374hp Caterpillar diesel engines give the 1,621GT yacht a top speed of 17 knots, a cruising speed of 13 knots and a transatlantic range of 6,711 nautical miles. Lady E has proved herself in the charter market, especially popular with families.
Lying in La Ciotat, France, Lady E was asking €71,500,000.